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Jul 12, 2014 5:00pm PDT
the city of philadelphia. their bodies wrapped in plastic bags numbered one, two, and three were taken to the state medical center in jackson for identification and examination. >> the two white boys were shot once each through the heart. james chaney, the black youth, had been beaten with chains until every bone in his body was broken, then he was shot three times. >> the finding of the bodies of the three mississippi civil rights workers is a saddening and shocking reminder of the brutality of race hatred. we naturally expect that those responsible for these terrible murders will be brought to justice. ♪ we shall overcome someday >> we know they're going to say not guilty. because no one saw them pull the trigger. i'm tired of that. don't bow down anymore. hold your heads up. we want our freedom now. i don't want to have to go to another memorial. i'm tired of them, tired of it. you've got to stand up. >> the arrests had started before dawn. in all, fbi men picked up 21 men. included in the group were the chief law officers of the no noshoba county, sheriff lawrence rainey and depu
FOX News
Jul 12, 2014 4:00pm PDT
the nation's biggest problems, the plight of homeless americans. now philadelphia reports progress in getting impoverished families off of the streets. brian joins us now. >> hi, molly. what we can learn from the city's main organization that is fighting homelessness. project home helped 8500 people get off of the streets. it is difficult because advocates say potential private do nors don't donate and they think it is the project of the government. they are managing to get a private donation. one of the largest to help them get affordable apartments and job opportunities and a learning center and free health care clinic. >> most people seeing someone living on the street are moved by the plight of people and want to know what they can do? and the solution can be a public/private partnership. one or the other cannot solve this problem. >> reporter: they hope it will inspire wealthy donors to help in the fight. >> what is a typical day like there? >> it is in short, a dedication to help people help themselves. sam santiago is a retired cop and searches for homeless people and offers water and
FOX News
Jul 12, 2014 3:00pm PDT
in philadelphia, a lot of people are getting much needed help and hope they're setting an example for other struggling cities across the country. bryanian -- bryan llenas has more. >> project home has helped 8500 people get off the streets in that city, offering a affordable housing, jobs, education. raising money to fight homelessness is difficult, often potential wealthy private don'ts don't donate because they think the problem is too overwhelming and is the responsibility of the government to solve. but project home is convincing donors otherwise and has received a $30 million private donation. one of the largest in homeless philanthropy. >> they have to be a public-private partnership. get involved in the political and civic life of your communities. say that you care about homelessness. invite housing into your neighborhood. there is many ways that we can make a difference. >> reporter: this retired cop spends his days searching for homeless people in need of project home's help. it's all with the hope of ultimately convincing them to accept long-term help. >> you saved my life, i'm b
CBS
Jul 12, 2014 6:00pm EDT
>> from the cbs broadcast center in philadelphia, this is cbs3 "eyewitness news". >> right now on "eyewitness news" there's new information on the recovery of tracy morgan. the actor comedian has been released from a rehab facility one month after a multi vehicle pileup left him critically injured, good evening, i'm natasha brown. thanks so much for joining us. a spokesperson says tracy morgan will continue to recover at home with the very aggressive outpatient program. morgan suffered a broken leg, nose and ribs on june 7th when a wal-mart tractor-trailer slammed into his limo van on the new jersey turnpike. fellow comedian james mcnair was killed. also developing today, morgan is now suing wal-mart. he alleges the retail giant al lloyd truck driver kevin roper to drive despite being awake for more than 24 hours causing him to fall asleep at the wheel. in response to the lawsuit, wal-mart said in a statement "we are deeply sorry that one of our trucks was involved. we know it will take some time to resolve all of the remaining issues as a result of the accident but we're commi
ABC
Jul 12, 2014 6:00pm EDT
in philadelphia. the yankees were in baltimore. mark teixeira to write. gartner will score. jeter will try to score as well. as of right now, the orioles are losing to the yankees 3-0 in the second inning. histhat lebron has made second decision, the world can function normally again. there were rumors he would team up with carmelo anthony that merlot is likely to re-sign with the next. s were celebrating in the streets, the same site where they were burning his jersey a few years ago. cavs, who were yesterday a 60-1 shot, are now 4-1. trevor ariza to sign with houston. wanted him back in washington. >> trevor was one of the players the got rings in this league, and we would like to have him back. he is experienced. he has length, quickness, the ability to shoot threes. he is so important tour team. >> it looks like he is going to go to houston though. while you were sleeping late last night, d.c. united won again. th eastern division. i think you and i are in agreement on the production tomorrow. germany is an offense of machine but argentina is strong defensively. there is great drama. i
ABC
Jul 12, 2014 6:00pm EDT
philadelphia police officers found themselves, putting their lives on the line, this morning by rescuing two women from the burning home. fire broke out just after 2:30 inside a home in the mantua section of the city. the officers from the 16th district saw the blaze and ran in, to help, in the burning home to help out. inside they found two women and brought them out to safety. two other adults were able to escape on their own. we're told a fire fighter was injured but expected to be just fine no word on how the fire started. >>> comedian tracie morgan has been released from a rehab facility about a month after he was nearly kill in the car crash. a spokesmen for morgan says the star will continue his recovery at home with an aggressive outpatient program. morgan suffered a broken leg and broken ribs in his limousine van when it was hit by a wal-mart truck on the new jersey turnpike back in june. that wreck killed six two-year old comedian james mcnair also known as jimmy mack. morgan's attorneys have already filed a negligence lawsuit begins wal-mart. >>> "action news" has confirmed that p
FOX
Jul 12, 2014 6:00pm EDT
in philadelphia this is fox 29 news at 6:00. ♪ >> tonight at 6:00 we begin with two breaking stories. people living in the northern gaza are being urged to leave immediately. government officials are preparing for heavy rocket fire in the next 24 hours. more on this breaking story in just a moment. but first, tracy morgan is out of rehab tonight and he's filing a lawsuit as a result of that crash that left him and several -- left him with several broken bones and killed another comedian friend. >>> good evening everybody. i'm joyce evans. the crash happened one month ago on the new jersey turnpike in the middle of the night after a performance. seven's dave kinchen joins us live now in the studio with the very latest developments. dave? >> reporter: joyce, tracy morgan's spokesman says that he will continue his recovery at home with a an aggressive outpatient program after being released from rehab saturday. he suffered a broken rib ands and leg. morgan now suing wal*mart claiming negligence. the lawsuit says the retail giant should have known that its driver kevin roper was awake for more t
FOX News
Jul 12, 2014 1:30pm PDT
of brotherly love is finding success. project home in philadelphia has helped more than 8,000 people off the streets. what is the secret? brian spent a day with those making it work. >> for 25 years project home has offered affordable apartments, job opportunities, learning center and free health care clinic. raising money to fight homelessness is always difficult. often wealthy donors don't donate because the think the problem is overwhelming. project home is convincing donors otherwise and has received a $30 million private donation, one of the largest in homeless philanthropy. >> there has to be a public/private partnership. get involved in the political and civic life of your communities. say you care about homelessness. invite people to your neighborhoods. there are many ways we can make a difference. >> a retired cop spends his day searching for homeless people in need of project home's help. he gives water and blankets and food all with the hope of ultimately convincing them to accept long term help. >> i'm back to school. i got my kids back. i got a place and i want to thank you.
CSPAN
Jul 12, 2014 4:00pm EDT
the most radical peace group in the united states, the philadelphia based universal peace union, a group which i think in today's language we would call a human rights organization, a group very, very committed to issues of social justice, within the women's movement she fights very hard for the rights of mormon women, this was something that divided the women's movement at the time, and she never stepped back from her support. and then she cast herself into a five-year battle that justice ginsburg referred to that begins in 1874. she was denied admission to a federal court to the u.s. court of claims where she wished to represent a client. they turned her back for several reasons and suggested that if she was not happy with their decision that she should go to the supreme court. she decided instead being someone who at this point was very comfortable lobbying congress. she had come to washington and she observed and taught herself the arts of lobbying, she went to congress. she enlisted then representative benjamin butler well known from the civil war to intro
FOX News
Jul 12, 2014 11:30am PDT
. but a program in philadelphia is giving a lot of help to people who can use it, really use. brian is live with this story. >> project home has helped some 8,500 people get off the streets and ultimately lead new lives in a city that has the nation's highest poverty rate, 26% of the nation's largest cities. they offer affordable apartments, job opportunities, a learning center and a free health care clinic. but raising money to fight homelessness is difficult. often, potential wealthy private donors don't donate because they think a problem is too overwhelming and is the responsibility of the government to solve. but project home is convincing donors otherwise. and has received a $30 million private donation, one of the largest in homeless philanthropy. >> most people when they see someone living on the street are moved by the plight of people living there and want to know what they can do. and the solution can only be a public/private partnership. one or the other cannot solve this problem. >> sam santiago is a retired cop. he spends his day searching for homeless people in need of projec
FOX News
Jul 12, 2014 10:00am PDT
with the folks making this work. >> well, they've helped some 8,500 people get off the streets in philadelphia. which had one of the nation's highest poverty rates. like most local nonprofits, raising money is difficult. big private donors sometimes feel that money is better spent other places. >> most on the street are moved by the plight of people living there. and the solution can only be a public-private partnership. one of the other can't solve this problem alone. >> you all right? >> yeah. >> sam santiago is a retired cop. he spends his day in search of homeless people in need of help. he offers blankets and water, but all in the hope of convincing them to accept long term help. >> it's not easy. but you know that you are probably the only contact these people will have with medical stuff, with housing at some point. >> david brown lived on the streets for 25 years. but today, he lives in an apartment and works in the project's store thanks to sam. >> if you give a homeless person these four things, he won't be homeless no longer. >> during that time, homelessness rose by 13% in new york
CSPAN
Jul 12, 2014 12:00pm EDT
is a brand-new museum being constructed in philadelphia. i love going to the board meetings because great historians come and tell us about our own revolution and i learn something every time. george washington was not winning every battle. in fact, he lost most battles as they were building up to the opportunity at yorktown. my friends in massachusetts were hanging tough. it were going to be in it until the bitter end no matter what. people in pennsylvania were saying, wait a minute. we want to be with the winner. some people in virginia started to think, hey, maybe we want to be with the winner too. in south carolina, they figured they were not going to be the winner so they were looking to get on the other side. i suspect a lot like that was happening in the soviet union as gorbachev is wrestling with the reforms that he wants to put in place. obviously, we know that the coup attempt had an impact on the relationship that gorbachev had with not only the soviet union, but with russia. that was an undercurrent, along with the time that gorbachev was bringing his view of reform to the peo
CSPAN
Jul 12, 2014 11:45am EDT
small town outside a suburb of philadelphia. my teacher couldn't explain why the russians were coming so she said to me go to the library. we had a bookmobile. we didn't have a free standing library. i went there, we had a two book allotment and the children laughed at me because i got books on moscow, i got books on russia and they laughed and me and said you are never going to go to moscow, why would you read about something as stupid as that. my dad said never mind, keep reading. i started to read books about moscow, paris, rome, and five years ago i was in moscow and i am standing in red square as a tour guide. i started to identify every building in the square and how do you know so much about my country? i read it in a book. i am a young black girl visiting, most of the men in my community had gone to work and never went anyplace outside a five mile radius of the city. everyplace we went that day that tour guides would pull me aside and introduce me to other people and say this is a person who knows something about the country and the response was so positive. a couple discounts an
CSPAN
Jul 12, 2014 10:00am EDT
. he had been born in charleston, south carolina, lived quite a bit in philadelphia. he was so rich that he was known as the president of the underground railroad. as you can see from this wonderful daguerreotype we have very attractive. sojourner truth was also another of the recruiters. charlotte forten, who was one of the women we featured, she would have contact with the 54th regiment when they sailed to the charleston and buford area. she taught many of the soldiers to read and a school that she set up in that area. she was actually the niece of robert purvis or, for example, charles lennox raymond who was also a very prominent abolitionist in the 1850's and a noted speaker, someone who rivaled frederick douglass in the 1850's. and along these two walls here, we have pictures of some of the members of the 54th. we've begun with a picture of colonel robert gould shaw. he was offered the commission as colonel of the regiment by governor anders. that was one of the first things governor andrew did. he made sure he had for leadership of the 54th. at the time, military regulations s
ABC
Jul 12, 2014 9:00am EDT
thing. we have cloud coverage that may try to sneak through. 76 in philadelphia and 74 in allentown and trenton and 71 in sea isle city. in philadelphia a warm one, 75 degrees, by 9:00 this morning, 82 by noon, that is where we are now of course, 88 by 3:00 and your high is 89 degrees, that will hit around 4:00 this afternoon. we'll still be in the mid to upper 80s at 6:00 tonight and if you are throwing a barbecue, why not? keep the sunscreen handy, we are going for the partly sunny skies and cool drinks are important too and rather warm and terrific humidity and when i come back we get more humid tomorrow and as we go into tomorrow's next week's work week, we are looking at the possible of strong thunderstorms. >>> "action news" is following two developing story, here at 9:00 first a police investigating a deadly shooting, the victim was gunned down at day break inside of a door at a home at the oxford circle section. this video is just in to the newsroom at the 10 hundred block of levit street. >>> a search is underway for two children reported missing in northeast philadelphia.
ABC
Jul 12, 2014 8:00am EDT
for two missing philadelphia northeast children. the boy is autistic and both were last seen in the 3200 block of byberry road. sky 6 is looking at pens landing. david murphy has your forecast. >> in the 70s right now, your seven day shows it's high up to 89d later today and partly sunny skies overall and a bit humid. tomorrow feels more humid, 88 is the high and a chance of after an noon thunderstorm, mainly to the north and west of philadelphia. strong storms are possible monday and tuesday eva. did you know dove is the #1 recommended body wash by dermatologists? really? only dove blends our gentlest cleansers and richest moisturizers for softer, smoother skin. i can see a difference! for softer, smoother skin. try dove. cold wind, and pollution can make all skin sensitive. that's why simple cleansing wipes are made to be kind. tough on makeup, gentle on skin. simple. the sensitive skin experts. ♪ ♪ >>> that is chris howell enjoying summer wake surfing while playing a great rendition of "wipeout." talk about multitasking. >> that's impressing. >> i keep waiting for the drums to kic
Al Jazeera America
Jul 12, 2014 7:00am EDT
in comparison to cities like new york, but is similar to philadelphia and felix. to give you a sense of density. gaza have 1200 people. the group, hamas, as been around assistance the late 1980s, and is labelled a terrorist organization, we look at the history of hamas. >> reporter: the second is too familiar for far too man. rocket fire between israel and hamas. the latest round in a fight lasting decades. hamas officially launched in 1987, growing out of the first palestinian uprising against israel. that was followed by suicide bombings and other attacks on israel. hamas led the way, encouraging followers to follow the state. israel, europe consider hamas terrorists. when israel pulled out of gaza, borders were sealed. egypt opened its crossing days ago. the pull-out leaving hamas to take over the strip and ruling the land as a de facto government. >> the leader lives in exile. people make the mistake of thinking hamas has an agenda against israel. it's domestic agenda. >> it includes running hospitals, schools, soup kitchens in an area where most of the million-plus people live in poverty.
CBS
Jul 12, 2014 7:00am EDT
this morning: saturday." >>> we have some breaking news this morning, philadelphia police are searching for, two missing children right now. six year-old sincere mcgovern an milk die a tucker were last seen on the 3200 block of byberry avenue. they were heading to the decatur school playground around 4:00 o'clock. pair never return home. sincere is a i 4-foot and ways -- is 4 feet and weighs 60-pound. he was wearing a yellow shirt and blue and white checkered shorts. nikkei lah is 5 feet eight and wearing a beige tank top and green pajama pants. if you see them call police immediately. let's check on that forecast with carol good morning. >> good morning, nicole. we have a couple clouds but they are off to the west. we will look outside and see bright conditions beautiful looking start to the day, storm scan three showing a few clouds to the west might see a couple in the area today but that is it we are looking for sunshine. temperatures 71 right now in philadelphia we are starting to warm up, our temperatures this afternoon getting to 88 degrees, mostly sunny warm day and then tomorrow an
ABC
Jul 12, 2014 7:00am EDT
's in the process of breaking apart and a fair amount of sunshine at the shore, 71 right now in philadelphia, 71 in wilmington and everybody else in the upper 60s and as we roll through the day it looks like a warm one for your saturday. 9:0075 and noon 82 and your high today is 89 degrees, that is about 4:00 this afternoon. it gets more humid tomorrow eva and then we have thunderstorms moving into the forecast especially as we get into next week's work week. i'll have details coming up. >>> we begin with breaking news, the search continues this hour for to missing children in northeast philadelphia. police are searching for the children for several hours now. a 7-year-old autistic boy, and his 12-year-old sister is missing since last night. the children were left in the care of their elderly grandfather but within the mother returned home from work the children were not at home. police say that the children told their grandfather they were going to a playground at the decatur school at 9:00 last night. but he fell asleep and didn't realize they didn't return home. police and k-9 officers are se
CBS
Jul 12, 2014 6:00am EDT
humidity. we were high up in the 80's scale at 89 degrees in philadelphia and we will be right about there again today just slightly more humid. doesn't look bad right now though as we take a look at ben franklin bridge, looks fine, skies look great, and as we move to ardmore we have a temperature of 58 degrees in center city. 4 degrees warmer than that at 72. not much in the way of wind this morning. we are looking at storm scan three showing clear skies, to the west a few clouds and they are heading in this direction but they are in the menacing or overly large or sun blocking, so expect to find lots of sunshine today. 71 degrees in philadelphia 70 in wilmington. sixty-six in trenton. sixty-five in allentown. you will get the idea it is comfortable. you can walk outside without a jacket. we are looking at dew points that are just about as high as they will get to day, they should be staying in the the lower 60's as we move through the afternoon. that is more humid when these dew points were in the 50's. 64-degree dew point right now. looking at temperatures today by the time we get
ABC
Jul 12, 2014 6:00am EDT
>>> good morning it's 6:00 on this saturday july 12th. heroic actions, two philadelphia police officers rescue to people from a burning home overnight. and tracy morgan versus wal-mart, the comedian takes legal action after the accident that left him hurt and another dead. >>> and rolling snake eyes, another casino will be rolling up the carpet in atlantic city. first david murphy has more on the forecast. lots of plans outside. >> as we take a look outside, we have the promise of plenty of sunshine this morning and into the afternoon, might be some fair weather cumulous clouds around and there is a lot of that on this center city sky 6 picture. ron, my twitter follower reports 69 degrees in gwinnett valley. that is similar to other parts of region. 67 in reading and 65 in allentown and philadelphia international airport reporting 71 and 67 in millville and 68 in sea isle city. coolish and comfortable this morning, 79 by 9:00 though, it doesn't take look for the temperatures to start haying up and the rest of the day looks partly sunny by noon, and a high of 89 right around her
NBC
Jul 12, 2014 6:00am EDT
casinos are giving atlanta a run for its money. our sister station in philadelphia is reporting another atlantic city casino reported to close. sources tell our station wcau that the trump plaza hotel and casino could shut doors by september. the showboat casino is already slated to close this ar. >>> all right. well, you don't see this every day. a poor black bear with his head stuck in an old melt can. how someone got this little guy out. he's probably happy. >>> but first, amelia, how's it look? >> today we're looking at dry conditions. full weekend forecast aft >>> actor tracy morgan is suing walmart. you might remember morgan was seriously hurt in the suit that killed a fellow comedian. the driver of one of walmart's tractor-trailers slammed into a bus. the driver has pleaded not guilty. >>> a california mother says she plans to hire an attorney after she was removed from a concert in san diego. megan kristofferson had her 4-month-old strapped to her son in the pit area. >> i need you to come over here. >> it's illegal to have my child at a concert? >> yes, ma'am. it's child endang
ABC
Jul 12, 2014 5:30am EDT
of a cold front that will start a change for us tomorrow. 71 in philadelphia, 68 in wilmington and 66 in allentown and 69 in sea isle city. these numbers are close to where they were yesterday. if you are up the door early, 7:00, 71, and 83 by 10:00 and as we roll through the day it's a warm saturday, 75 by 9:00 and 88 by 3:00 and 86 by 6:00. and keep in mind if you are out playing or working, or doing whatever you want to do remember the uv index is high, a good idea to keep the sunscreen handy. eva will have more on that in the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast. >>> a motorcyclist is dead after the driver apparently clipped the back of a car in burlington township. the biker was thrown on to the road on the 2000 block, it happened at 5:15, the car was turning into a wawa and police are still investigate snoog nearly a dozen people were hurt as heavy rains and winds swept through virginia and left thousands of people without power. and now authorities are keeping an eye on dangerous wild fires in west. >>> thousands of people in the mid atlanticic states are struggling to reco
CSPAN
Jul 12, 2014 5:00am EDT
jobs in north philadelphia at the xyz plant. here's the phone number. here's the requirement. here's the application. if you can't go to philadelphia, do you want to stay in the state of delaware there are you are qualified based on the criteria that you have met as a warehouse operator you qualify for truck drivers. now i know that federal express needs to people. here they are. this is what they make. here's the outfit you can go get help in the training program etc.. it's going to change but it's not coming from us. it's coming from the free enterprise system because there is an opportunity here and i think you will be able to benefit. thanks to you and the president for emphasizing the workforce initiative. every time we talk to a ceo, the top priority while they like tax incentives and the rate infrastructure that priority is a qualified skilled workforce and we are all working very hard to provide them with that. in kentucky we have developed a program called the skills initiative program that is an apprenticeship program modeled after the german model of dual education. havi
CBS
Jul 12, 2014 5:00am EDT
and it will be a very nice finish to the day too. 71 degrees in philadelphia. sixty-seven in trenton. 69 degrees in wilmington. cooler in the poconos at 62 and along the shore we have temperatures in the middle 60's. the dew points are higher then they were yesterday. slightly more humid to take. it will be increasingly humid over next couple of days. really not that bad at 62 degrees right now. you can see we are dealing with the super moon, this is a full moon this morning, the the moon is closest point to earth so it business 30 percent brighter and we have more coming on the 12th which is coming up tonight. the tenth of august, and september the ninth. so lots of things to look forward to and skies will be cleared too. we have temperatures that will be getting just about to 87, 88 degrees. it looks like a nice day. we will check out that seven day forecast. i think you'll be surprised at some temperatures we will fine on that because we could be fining them cooler then what we have become accustomed to. this computer model wants to say there is a sprinkle and it says, again at 2:00 this afte
CBS
Jul 12, 2014 2:07am EDT
the boyfriend of a cast member of the tv show glee matt bendick found dead in a philadelphia hotel room on thursday and we know tonight his girlfriend glee star becca tobin was in los angeles at the time of his death. and remains there tonight. memorial for 31 year old club owner matt bendick popped up late today outside his la business. it was at had he tell monaco on hotel mall an employee found him unconscious in his bed thursday afternoon. he was pronounced dead shortly thereafter. >> nothing suspicious at this point. in foul play at this point. >> reporter: according to philadelphia police, the glee star's boyfriend scene here in tmz video from last year was socializing the night before his death. he was in town checking out the philadelphia night life. he showed no signs of distress. >> he's supposed to be here and some type of business. what business, i don't know. >> reporter: medical examiner performed an autopsy but found no clear reason for his death and found no signs of trauma. up next, a toxicology report. >> once that report returns, then central detectives will know whic
ABC
Jul 12, 2014 1:35am EDT
. >>> this is the way it looked earlier tonight after a woman drove her car into a house in northeast philadelphia. the car came to a stop in the living area of the first floor. "action news" reporter sharee williams is live in the 11100 block of vladmir how badly is she hurt. >> she was walking briefly aft incident but still took her to the hospital by ambulance. she is said to be in stable condition tonight. but take a look for yourself where this all happened. you can see contractors came out to board it all up to try to close the gaping hole. >> it found sounded leak a bomb went off. >> joe donahue lives in the two story, four-unit building where a car crashed into the living room and he heard and felt the impact of the car crashing through. >> i ran out. there was smoke. i told my wife to get out of the house. >> the 75-year-old woman who lives in one of the upstairs units was behind the wheel when it happened that according to philadelphia police. donohue rushed in to help his neighborhood. >> i nakd on the window the door was locked she was dazed from the air bag hitting her and i went in t
FOX News
Jul 11, 2014 8:00pm PDT
this cop killer, or celebrate the cop killer. he spritted another one in philadelphia. >> again, i make the distinction, he is not celebrating a cop killer. he is he celebrating someone he thinks was unjustly. >> you are the president. >> unjustly. >> will you make that call? >> can i be honest with you? >> yeah, please. >> if i'm the president and i'm booking my own poetry slams, throw me out of office. >> you like sandra, right? >> i know she is a particular punching bag for you. >> oh, no, no, no, no. >> god forbid a woman come out of nowhere and speak about an issue close to her heart. >> and her hand iny wallet. >> you want to pay for this woman's birth control? do you want to do that? >> here is what i want to do. i want to make sure that women are entitled to the same healthcare benefits that men shoulden -- be entitled to. >> that's not a part of it. men don't get that. >> she works for a private healthcare. i don't pay for her healthcare anyway catholic university. >> georgetown. >> she wants everybody to get paid for. >> no she doesn't. she wants georgetown to do it. >> we hav
ABC
Jul 11, 2014 11:00pm EDT
. >> the nationals kicked off their final series before the all-star break in philadelphia. did not go well early or late. jimmy rollins with the big swing, say goodbye to the baseball, 2-0 phillies. in some real concern in the fourth inning. mound zimmermann on the throws the page, then grabs his arm. he would leave, not return, the mri scheduled for tomorrow. nats lose 6-2. the orioles welcomed the yankees to camden yards for the weekend. in the 10th inning, manny machado doubles. nick hundley gets his pitch, a dissenter field. safe,o slides in he is that is a walk-off, 3-2 all this action happening in the united states, but the big sports news globally will happen in brazil later this weekend, the world cup final at 3:00 on sunday. you can watch the game right here on abc 7 between argentina-germany. what can we expect? well, a good game. that happened sunday, right here. back to lebron, after the announcement, season tickets too cavaliers games this season sold out. eight hours. >> what took so long, what were they waiting on? uncle craig, what's the deal? oh...you can't record that many show
NBC
Jul 11, 2014 11:00pm EDT
, upbeat young man. >> just in a major shakeup in the gaming industry. our sister station in philadelphia is reporting another atlantic city casino is set to close in the wake of oh record revenue for maryland casinos. sources say the trump plaza hotel and casino could shut its doors by september. the showboat casino is slated to close at the end of august and the atlanta club shut down in january. this week we reported that the maryland live -- that casino revenue hit a record high in june. maryland live has become the top earning casino on the east coast. >> d.c. investigators took a long look at how everyone responded when a man started shooting and killing people at the washington navy yard. there are shocking problems and there could be changes in the d.c. police department. we have reaction tonight from the police chief. >> reporter: the report is 83 pages long and paints a chilling picture of what went on here that day. this is a black and white diagram of one section of the maze-like 600,000 square feet of building 197 at the washington navy yard. it gives a feeling for how the co
FOX
Jul 11, 2014 10:00pm EDT
>> boyfriend of a glee actress found dead in a popular philadelphia hotel. why he was in town in the first place. >> philly rap star meek mill sent to jail. what his sister told fox 29 >> fox 29 news in hd brought to you by x finity the future of awesome. >> live from center city in philadelphia this is fox 29 news at 10:00. >> we begin tonight at 10:00 with breaking news. another possible blow to atlantic city. senator jim whelan tells fox 29 news tonight multiple sources have told him the trump plaza casino will close in september. now, this is live look at trump plaza right now. his sources are saying warning notices will go out to employees sometime next week. >>> the news of course follows the announcement that showboat casino and hotel will close at the end of august and revel casino says if a buyer doesn't step forward soon its doors will close. we will of course keep an eye on this breaking news throughout the weekend. >> to developing story now that we have been following all day. police are investigating the sudden death of a glee star's boyfriend. the club owner's b
Al Jazeera America
Jul 11, 2014 8:00pm EDT
people live there. that appeals in comparison to america's largest cities but similar to philadelphia or phoenix. to give you a sense of the density gaza's 12,800 people per square mile is close to philadelphia, chicago, boston. that's a lot of people but it's less densely populated than new york or san francisco. >>> in the latest fighting between israel and hamas it is important to understand what the israeli army is up against. the history of hamas spans decades but their methods have largely remained the best. >> reporter: the hamas is an acronym for th. the scene has become too familiar for far too many. rockets fired between israel and hamas. the latest round in a fight lasting decades. hamas officially launched in 1987 out of the up rising against israel. that was followed by suicide-bombings and attacks on israel. hamas-led the way, encouraging followers to destroy the jewish state and free palestine. all considered hamas terrorist. when israel pulled out of gaza, it's borders became largely sealed. israel's pull out left hamas to take over the strip and began ruling the tiny
ABC
Jul 11, 2014 5:00pm PDT
, may be to blame for a sharp rise in kidney stones. doctors at children's hospital in philadelphia examined the records of more than 60,000 adults in children across the country. now what they found is that as temperatures rise the risk of kidney stone symptoms increased everywhere except los angeles. researchers cautioned that kidney stone cases increased in the last decade. but changes to your diet and fluid intake can increase the risk. >>> and australian researchers looking into a connection of nearly a thousand people who get sudden acute back pain. the scientist s checked the weather reports on the days the patients reported pain. the results showed no connection to temperature, humidity or air pressure. >>> and in the animal kingdom, the color red is often seen as a sign of readiness to mate. scientists believe that culture pushes over into the human population. and a new study on jennifer lawrence shows some may have seen her as a threat. women become more protective of their husbands and boyfriends when they see the woman in red. saying it could be sexually per acceptive.
KRON
Jul 11, 2014 5:00pm PDT
-old club owner face down in a bed at philadelphia hotel monaco at 1256 yes today afternoon pronounced just dead shortly after i won 17. one of the venues not owned you can see the marquee sign that says we love you matt. but here in l.a. they understandably devastated by the cat and she called local if you put >> : more on that at a clock on the insider tonight at 730 will be back picklock more on the new sports whether kelly [ heart beating ] [ female announcer ] the internet gets more exciting the faster it goes. that's why, coming soon, xfinity will double the internet speed on two of our most popular plans. xfinity continues to innovate, bringing you the fastest, most reliable internet, period. [ heart beating ] xfinity internet from comcast. double the speed. [ heart beats ] >>> "the insider," with perspective on today's top trending stories. >> beauty star becca tobin's tragedy. her boyfriend found dead in his hotel room. no drugs, no foul play. what went wrong? >> things can go untreated until it causes a life-threatening event. >> another "glee" star dealing with the sad and sudden
SFGTV
Jul 11, 2014 4:30pm PDT
progress. their gary the cover to la what's our cover a guard to new york or philadelphia or the baltimore. so i'm flattered about the idea of being lobbyists i'll surely a lobbyist because the entitlement process it biased against the future recipe it could be one hundred and 50 people that move in when it's finished that didn't count the thousands of people that those exists the place i live is one hundred and 50-year-old it's not about san francisco's housing but the future the trees are not going to live one hundred and 50 years. that's pretty much all i have to say - oh, thanks >> do you want to state your name? is there any further public comment seeing none, we'll take rebuttal starting with the appellants. >> first, we're not against development but we're for the trees and a good architect worth his or her salt can figure out this the trees have been here for 60 years you've heard expert testimony i'm dump struck by ms. short not being front yard in maintaining an urban canopy which particularly we're the lowest in california i don't believe everyone is licensed but more importan
CBS
Jul 11, 2014 7:00pm EDT
, who plays kitty wilde on the show, was found dead in a philadelphia hotel room. the mysterious circumstances hitting way too close to home for the cast, still recovering from the loss of a star. >> that is still really raw for everybody. so tonight cory's father remembers his son. but first let's start in philly, where an investigation is under way. carlos greer is on the ground for "e.t." >> at this point in time central detecs,
CBS
Jul 11, 2014 6:00pm EDT
afternoon. >> reporter: police say he was on a business trip and not accompanied to philadelphia had been socializing the evening before, to sample the night life here, and, at the time there were no indications of any problem. >> he is supposed to be here on business, what business, i don't know, but he was speaksed to be here on some type of business. >> reporter: officials here at medical examiner's office says because the autopsy was inconclusive, toxicology tests will now be performed, meaning the cause of the death most likely will not be known, for some several weeks. >> once that returns, then central detectives will know which way to go in terms of direction of their investigation. >> reporter: so for now the case will continue to be classified as a sudden death, as of right now, in comment from representatives of bendik family or from representatives of the tobin's family. live from independent mall, i'm walt hunter, cbs-3 "eyewitness news". >> all right walt, thanks very much. >>> now to a serious accident that happened just a couple hours ago on route 206, in southampton burli
ABC
Jul 11, 2014 6:00pm EDT
to our team. >> like a beard. >> you want to grow one. >> the nationals in philadelphia, the last series before the all-star break. they will be without ian desmond. he was hit in the hand by a pitch last night in their loss to the orioles. x-rays are negative, but don't be surprised if the nats keep them out the entire series to keep him safe. and d.c. united on the west coast to take on the san jose earthquake. game time is 11:00 our time. yourlot of zeros in reporting tonight. >> none of them coming my way. >> we enjoyed today. tomorrow, repeat it more humidity, but at least it will not rain. middle to upper 80's. 90 degree sunday. we crank up the heat and humidity monday. i have concerns about the strong cold front moving through late monday night into tuesday. likely to bring severe weather to the mid-atlantic. we could have localized flooding behind it. 80 degrees on wednesday. >> abc world news is next. >> have a good weekend. >>> welcome to "world news." tonight, return of the king. basketball's biggest star, lebron james. the 6'8" player announces he's going back to cleveland. >
ABC
Jul 11, 2014 6:00pm EDT
. the firefighters have not determined what sparked the plays. >>> the philadelphia police investigating the death of a 31 year old man whose body was found yesterday in a philadelphia hotel. it turns out he was the boyfriend of one of the stars of the television show "glee." "action news" reporter, chad pradelli, is live outside of hotel monaco off independence mall and you have the full story. >> jim, police are calling it a sudden death investigation. yesterday a housekeeper found matt bendik's body inside of a hotel room at the hotel monaco. police say there appears to be no fall play. no obvious signs of foul play or evidence of drugs in the room. suicide didn't appear to be the cause. the medical examiner's office tells "action news" the autopsy didn't immediately establish a clear cause of death and there was no evidence of trauma. but it will conduct more studies. bendik reportedly the boyfriend of becca tobin claying -- make the cheerleader in "glee." >> he is here on some type of business. he is from the california area. >> and bendik came here wednesday set to fly home today. reportedly
FOX
Jul 11, 2014 6:00pm EDT
♪ >> live from center city in philadelphia this is fox 29 news at 6:00. >> right now at 6:00 hollywood mystery playing out here in philadelphia. how did the club owner who was dating a glee star wind up dead in an old city hotel room? i'm lucy noland. >> i'm iain page. thanks for joining us. new details just coming in as detectives continue to work this case. fox 29's dave schratwieser staying on top of the story. he's live at the hotel monaco in old city tonight. dave? >> reporter: iain, philadelphia police now say they have a search warrant for surveillance video credit card records and cell phone tons for la nightclub owner matt bendick trying to stab where he was and who he was with in the hours before his death. tonight they still don't know the cause of death. >> nothing suspicious at this point n no foul play at this point. >> reporter: that's the latest from philadelphia police on the sudden death of 31 year old matt bendick the boyfriend of glee star becca tobin following this death thursday afternoon. >> it could be a medical zig. it could be some other situatio
ABC
Jul 11, 2014 5:30pm EDT
:30 right after "action news at 6:00." >>> a 40-year-old man shot and killed in philadelphia this afternoon. it happened in the 1800 block about 12:30. he was taken to temple university hospital where he died a short time later. the gunman remains on the loose. >>> a second man died after a shooting earlier this week in bucks county. joshua johnson died at the hospital wednesday night, one of three people shot in a home on winder drive early tuesday morning. 24 year old tyrone moss died at the scene and a third man also shot. police have not yet said what led to the shooting. joe >>> a storage facility went up in flames at the country club on the 300 block of shell road. there were reports some propane tanks in the building exploded. no reported injuries from the scene. >>> the philadelphia police charge add philadelphia man with two robberies. saying 35 year old william robinson robbed the 7-eleven. and he said the same day he robbed a pizza hut. >>> and an update to the story we brought you yesterday concerning a delaware s sem -- cemetery overrun with gophers. and they said it was invest
CNN
Jul 11, 2014 2:00pm PDT
, then at philadelphia then new york and washington will hit. it's true no will kill. but the symbol. it's a violation and where from gaza will we put dismantle settlements. no check points there. no settlements. no occupation and what we get is the rockets. the israeli government was also very restrained. it did not go into use of power. so the hamas has really per voted israel in a big way. i wish i pray that my government will still be restrained in the coming days. right now they're under a lot of pressure to do something even symbolic to respond to this major hamas provocation. >> you know a lot of soldiers will be killed and injuried if there's a ground war. >> i'm deeply troubled about the israeli ground operation. i'm deeply troubled. i'm not happy about it. i hope it will not get there. but one has to see where -- if we are to prevent the escalation something big has to be done. i was warning about the escalation days ago. i'm afraid that the international community didn't act in time. all players the region, not only israel, are really terrified of hamas's behavior. but hamas has not stopped
CSPAN
Jul 11, 2014 5:00pm EDT
the university of washington and temple university in philadelphia. part of a robotic conference hosted by the university of miami law school. this is about an hour, ten minutes. >> okay. so robotics and the new cyber law. when i saw that title of ryan's paper i thought, you know, uh-oh, new cyber law? i'm still trying to get my hands around the old cyber law and now there's a new one coming. okay. up to it. i read on and say that that's not quite like that. ryan is not pushing aside the old cyber law or thankfully the old cyber lawyers and cyber law professors for some new cyber law. and let me just say actually before i sort of dive into this, sort of an apology in a sense. it's a very nuanced and complex argument that he has that i will get to in a moment. these are issues i've thought a lot about and have a jumble of ideas about. so it may come out a little bit as a jumble as we go forward. so ryan's focus, of course, is on robotics or robotics and the law. the study of robotics. how we should think about robotics and the challenges that it presents to the law. what are the question
CBS
Jul 11, 2014 5:00pm EDT
examiner. >> reporter: initial police report indicated that tobin had been here in philadelphia, the evening before, socializing with bendic have now been updated, tobin was in the here in philadelphia, at all, bendic was here by himself on a business trip. beyond that no additional comment from tobin's representatives or from his family at this time. as the investigation, moves forward. we will have all of the latest for you coming up at 6:00. live from independent mall i'm walt hunter, cbs-3 "eyewitness news". >> walt, thank you. >>> chopper three over a serious accident in southampton, burlington county. two vehicles and suv, pulling a camper were involved in that crash. a child was air lifted to the hospital in unknown condition. the circumstances leading up to that crash are still unclear. >>> fire gutted a house in upper darby, delaware county this afternoon. chopper three over 400 block of croton road as fire fighters cut holes in the roof to september late smoke and heat from that house. no injuries were reported. the cause of the fire is under investigation. >>> well, i
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